Workflow defines the life cycle of a test case. It does not define the type of a test (Manual or Automated)
By default, there are two workflows in Allure TestOps: Default Manual and Default Automated.
You can create customized workflows for both manual and automated test cases.
The life cycle consists of statuses. You can create new statuses for workflows.
To create workflows and statuses, you need administrator privileges.
Workflow does not allow you converting a test case from Manual to Automated or vice versa.
Create a new status
In the Allure TestOPs main page, go to the User Menu and select Administration in the drop-down menu.
Go to the Statuses section. Here you can see all the currently available statuses.
To add a new status, click the Create button.
Specify the status Name and Color. Click Submit.
Create a new workflow
On the Administration page, go to the Workflows section. Here you can see all currently available workflows.
To add a new workflow, click the Create button.
Enter the Name of the workflow and specify the Statuses in the required order. Click Submit.
Add a workflow to the project
To add a new workflow to the project, you must be the project Owner.
To use the created workflow, you need to add it to the Allure project.
Open the required project and go to the Settings section.
Go to the Workflows section. Here you can see the workflows that are currently active for your project.
Click the Create button. In the drop-down lists, select Test case type and Workflow, and then click Submit.
Change status of test case
- In the required project, go to the Test cases section and select a test case.
- In the top right corner, open the Test Case actions menu and click Change status.
- From the drop-down lists, select the required workflow and status, then click Submit.